Keisuke Honda is quoted on the Italian media, briefly talking about his current time with the Rossoneri.
Honda is perhaps the biggest star in the Japanese national team but has fallen from grace at Milan and is no longer a first-choice for coach Sinisa Mihajlovic.
Adriano Galliani denied that Honda had asked to leave the club but Miha said that if a player is unhappy then he’s free to go and it seems that Honda is going through a rough patch at the Aldo Rossi club.
“The situation is not easy,” Honda said this week according the Italian media. “To be on the bench for so many matches is something that has never happened [to me before]. I’m beginning to understand how it feels to be on the outside. My position with the national team group, fortunately, is different.”
Honda is linked with a number of Premier League clubs and it remains to be seen if he will stay at Milan past this January. In any case, his contract with the 7 times UCL winners expires in 2017.